What desert or which continent?
There are two types of camels: dromedary camels and bactrian camels. Dromedaries are the common single-humped camels and can be found in Somalia, Northern Africa, the area (the Sahel) between the Sahara and the African Savannahs to the south, the Middle East, and the Indian subcontinent, most of them being domesticated for use in Somalia. Bactrian camels have two humps and are native to the dry areas of Central and East Asia, mainly domesticated, but there is a small wild population (about 1000) that lives in the Gobi Desert in China and Mongolia.
Camels are also found in Australia, although they are not native there. They were introduced in the 1840s, and have actually become quite a pest. They cause a lot of damage and compete with sheep and cattle for food.
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